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Sunday in Spanish 🇪🇸

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sunday domingo
How to say “sunday” in Spanish? “Domingo”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “domingo” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on sunday in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “Sunday”

Spanish sentence with “domingo” English translation for domingo S

¿Qué harás el domingo?

What will you do sunday?

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Normal speech: doh-MEEN-goh
IPA: do.’miŋ.go

8 months ago


Derived from Latin “dies Dominicus” (Sunday)

6 months ago

Days of the Week

Domingo. I have trouble enjoying my weekend on a Sunday. In the back of my mind, I know I have to go back to school or work the next day. I imagine myself as a flamingo with one leg up (relaxed) and one leg down (getting ready to walk). Tip: Flamingo rhymes with domingo.

7 months ago

domingo info.

To remember the word “domingo,” associate it with the word “Dominical,” which refers to something related to the Lord or the day of the Lord, which is Sunday – the day for Christian worship. You can also think of it as the day that “dominates” the weekend, being a day of rest for many.

Other Spanish words or phrases that mean the same thing as “domingo” are:
– “día del Señor”: a term that may be used more in a religious context to refer to Sunday.

There are no popular alternate slang meanings for “domingo,” as it is a straightforward day-of-the-week term.

Here are some examples of sentences using “domingo”:
– “Este domingo vamos a ir a la playa.” (This Sunday we’re going to the beach.)
– “Todos los domingos asisto a misa.” (I attend mass every Sunday.)
– “El partido de fútbol es el próximo domingo.” (The football match is next Sunday.)
– “¿Qué planes tienes para este domingo?” (What plans do you have for this Sunday?)

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